Yes, you can pursue a California Lemon Law claim with an attorney even if your initial claim was denied. In fact, it is quite common for manufacturers to deny initial lemon law claims, primarily when they are being pursued directly by consumers without legal representation.
Here, we describe the lemon law claim process once you involve an attorney.
How a California Lemon Law Attorney Can Help With Your Denied Claim
If your initial lemon law claim is denied by the manufacturer or their dispute resolution program, this is not the end of the road. It is important to remember that manufacturers may deny claims for various reasons, including procedural issues or disputes about the qualifications of your vehicle as a lemon.
Consulting with an attorney specializing in lemon law cases, like Shainfeld Law, can guide the strength of your case and the following steps to take.
- Free Review of Your Case
Our California lemon law claim attorney will review your case and the documentation regarding your vehicle’s defects and repair attempts that will allow us to assess whether you have a strong case under California lemon law.
- Legal Action
If you have a valid lemon law case, we will help you initiate legal action against the manufacturer by submitting a thorough legal claim on your behalf.
Upon its receipt by the manufacturer, we will work to negotiate a settlement with the manufacturer. In many cases, manufacturers are willing to settle lemon law claims rather than going to trial.
Our California lemon lawyer has a 99% success rate and often settles without a lawsuit in as little as 30-60 days. If a settlement cannot be reached, we may proceed to trial to pursue the best outcome.
- Possible Remedies
When our California lemon law claims are successful, our clients may be entitled to remedies that include a refund of the purchase or lease price, a replacement vehicle, or monetary compensation. We work tirelessly to ensure our clients can effectively pursue a legal remedy that fits their needs.
- Legal Costs
Out California lemon law attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. When we win your case, it is the manufacturer who is responsible for paying your attorney’s fees and court costs, so you pay nothing for our experienced legal representation.
Contact Our Lemon Law Attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C., today
It is essential to have an experienced attorney if your lemon law claim has been denied because the legal process can be complex, and manufacturers may vigorously defend their position. Our dedicated California lemon law attorney can help you navigate the legal system, build a strong case, and work to secure the best possible outcome for you.